I remember moving from 1999 to 2000 and thinking that was the future - working on the Y2K bug at the time certainly did seem like the world was one where technology would be key. I had no idea we would get to where we are today and no I idea I would get to … Continue reading A New Decade
Shot at Southwold Harbour, Suffolk. Brilliant sunny day and probably taken around midday (I know!), but the Kosmo manages to produce good contrast in the harsh light. Such a shame Analogue Wonderland still don't have any Kosmo 120 in stock as I like the low grain and contrasty photos you get from it with the … Continue reading SH304 Crofter
Sunny, calm afternoon on Mawgan Porth beach in Cornwall. Shot handheld whilst visiting the south west a couple weeks ago.
One of my favourite parts of Plymouth, the historic Barbican and the Plymouth Gin Distillery. I love the contrast in this image which is thanks to the Kosmo film and the brilliant sunlight on the day.
Shooting my first colour film and Kosmo mono film in the Bronica ETRS - what have I learnt...
View of the unfinished house at Lyveden New Bield. Shot handheld with the Bronica ETRS. I'm inpressed with the contrast and sharpness of the photos both from the Bronica which was handheld and the Fomapan film.
Today is the meteorological first day of autumn but it didn't feel like it. It was cooler than last weekend but at 23 degrees with a slight breeze, it still very much felt like summer. We decided to capitalise on the weather and took a drive to Southwold in Suffolk for some sea air. Having … Continue reading Bronica’s Day at the Beach!
My first two rolls of 120 film have returned from the developers and I could not be happier. Not only have they both developed, but I can also see the benefits of cleaning the ETRS! Typically my first photograph had to feature Tilly and this was purely taken to see if the camera was mechanically working. … Continue reading Look what Developed!